Onsite Chair Massage
15 minutes on-site Chair massage given to the head, back, neck, shoulders, arms and hands can counter the circulatory problems inherent with office work—and provide an appreciated break for employees.
Sitting in a massage chair opens up the back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides a gentle respite for eyes usually glued to a computer monitor, improving energy levels and helping keep the body injury and stress free.

Danieli Gabardo is a massage therapist since 2004, who has been working with corporate chair massage, helping office workers cope with stress, tight shoulders, chronic low back pain, stiff necks, improving their mood, energy and overall wellbeing. Even though with all the experience through the years, it still amazes her how just 15 minutes makes a huge difference in somebody’s life

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I’m passionate for Yoga since I lived in Brazil. The reason I chose Body Mind College was because they have Yoga as part of the support work for the therapist.

I always wanted to be a Yoga teacher, but I’m not flexible at all. I can’t even touch my toes when I do a forward bend. When I met my teacher and mentor, Kat Green, she was putting together her 200 hour teacher certification on Viniyoga, I told her that it was my dream, but not with the body I had.  I wasn’t flexible and had a very kyphotic upper back, but for my joy, she told me that Viniyoga is a style that fits any body type, that it would be perfect to help my back and my posture. I did the training and when I finished my posture was visibly better, and I was even an inch taller. I felt more open and freer with my body.

My point to share this story with you is that yoga can help your body in many ways.  With exercises for back pain, exercises for low back pain, for hips and knees, exercises that will integrate your spine and your breath, for an overall more healthy body. Also, Yoga plays a big part in all the others dimensions, mentally, emotionally, energetically, you will experience a more relaxed mind, a better quality of energy vibration, and a better awareness about what’s happening with your own body.

San Diego Massage Therapist Yoga Practitioner San Diego Contact Danieli Gabardo

Why Massage?

May 4, 2015

Massage is believed to be one of the oldest forms of medical care; it is used for relaxation, rehabilitation and rejuvenation. Massage has many benefits: relieving back pain relieving migraine pain reducing muscle soreness boosting immune system decreasing pain promoting tissue regeneration lessening depression reducing anxiety and stress relieving upper back and neck pain improving […]

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Yoga product referral

March 3, 2014

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Spa Party

July 16, 2012

 

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Tax write off

April 11, 2012

Yes, massage can be a write off, in two ways: – medical expense: when your doctor prescribe it: >Medically necessary massages Since this deduction was originally written into the tax code in 1962, accountants and tax lawyers have made sure their clients are keeping all their doctor’s notes. The rule states that anything that your […]

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7 Ways to Save Money for a Massage

March 16, 2011

Here are your tips for saving money for a massage: Find something where you can put your savings in. (Like a jar, box, glass, etc.) When you get home from work or at the end of the day, it is of a little amount and effort to put at least three to five dollars in […]

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Chicken Salad

July 19, 2010

This is a great recipe, you can use as many or as little of the ingredients you want, it’s perfect for a summer barbeque, for lunch time, or just a light dinner! Enjoy! Chicken Salad Ingredients: 2  boneless chicken breast  1 cup of celery into strips 1  cup of peas 1 cup of red bell pepper strips 1 cup […]

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Garlic Shrimp Fettuccini (Gluten Free)

May 23, 2010

Garlic Shrimp Fettuccini is a very easy gluten free recipe for who that is always on the go, or for those that don’t like or are learning how to cook! 2 Cups Fettuccini (Gluten Free), or your favorite shaped pasta. 1 Garlic Clove 3/4 cup medium size shrimp 2 Cups Alfredo Sauce (Trader Joe’s), or […]

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Watch your back!

May 23, 2010

Watch Your Back When it comes to back pain, this gentle approach is best. By Hillari Dowdle “Happy families are all alike,” Tolstoy wrote. “Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” The same thing— or something quite similar—might be said of our backs. As long as they’re “back” there doing their job, holding […]

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